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Cape Town Accommodation

By , 31 July 2011

Cape Town Accommodation

Finding good accommodation in Cape Town during summer is not so easy. Here are the places I looked at and the cost of each place. Most of them I found from the Cape Stay website. Rates are nightly in Rand, with 1 USD currently worth around 6.66 ZAR.

Prices in winter should be roughly half this.

Cape Town Accommodation
  Rate Location Style Notes
Green Elephant (dorm) 120 Observatory Dorm  
German Guesthouse 220 Gardens B&B, Single 5 nights+, w breakfast, kitchen
Green Elephant (single) 300 Observatory Room  
Gemini Guest House 380 Vredehoek Guesthouse no kitchen
Bluebottle Guesthouse 400 Muizenburg Guesthouse  
A Heavenly View, Unit 2 450 Muizenburg Studio  
Orange On Rose 450 Bo-Kaap B&B, Single  
5 Pelican Place, Balau Studio 475 Kommetje Studio  
Gemini Guest House 490 Vredehoek Guesthouse  
Cape Vistas 600 Vredehoek Apartment negotiable
Nevana Studio 650 Mouille Point Studio  
22 St Martini Gardens 650 Gardens Studio  
Blue Waters Studio 750 Sea Point Studio  
Studio With Views 850 Green Point Studio  



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Cape Town Accommodation

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